Electronic airspeed and altimeter?

Berkut13

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Yes, I've seen the Kanardia site. They are not exactly what I want.

I am looking for the manufacturer of the instruments that are used in the newer Auto-Gyro models.

These:
 

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bryancobb

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You can see the logo peeping out a little in the lower left corner of the zoomed-in pic., above the AutoGyro bezel.
 

Berkut13

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I don't see anything other than "Auto Gyro" and "Enjoy the difference". The little dot below "Enjoy the difference" is a photo sensor for auto-dimming.

Where exactly are you seeing something else?
 

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Here's a pic of the packaging for the AutoGyro Electronic Altimeter. Box says Falcon Gauge, made in China.

Cheers,
pmelby
 

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Berkut13

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Thanks, but I think that's just an old box for shipping. The unit code on the box is a simple mechanical unit purchased from Aircraft Spruce.

I've since looked into these products after talking with them at Oshkosh this year: http://www.ifd-net.com/

I picked up a 2-1/4" backup altimeter for the Berkut and have been very pleased with it so far. May look into upgrading with their other products later.
 
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